With the Mid-Season Streamathon kicking off tomorrow, Riot Oceania has today announced the OPL All-Star lineup set to compete against Legacy Esports during Oceania’s segment during the COVID-19 pandemic relief stream.
The Mid-Season Streamathon (MSS) is a 48 hour COVID-19 pandemic relief global stream hosted by Riot Games. Hosting teams who had qualified for the now cancelled Mid-Season Invitational, MSS will feature selected players from global regions in a variety of show matches broadcasted to the world.
Over the past few days you may have noticed that we have been campaigning for you to vote for our players to get into the OPL All-Stars team. Well…
All of us here at Pentanet.GG were extremely excited to learn today that both Pabu and Rogue have been selected for the OPL All-Stars team thanks to their fans and our wonderful community voting them in.
With that being said, Getback was also lucky enough to have had the same support and also won his poll – but unfortunately due to rule restrictions, only two members from each OPL team can compete on the OPL All-Stars lineup.
Nonetheless, Getback has expressed his gratitude to everyone who voted for him and has wished all of the players the best of luck on the rift this weekend via his Twitter.
OPL All-Stars Roster:
- Top: Chippys (Dire Wolves)
- Jungle: Pabu (Pentanet.GG)
- Mid: Claire (The Chiefs)
- ADC: rare7 (ORDER)
- Support: Rouge (Pentanet.GG)
Pabu, Rogue and the rest of the OPL All-Stars will be competing against Legacy Esports, the split one OPL champions, across all Riot Games global broadcast channels from 12:00pm AEST – although if you want to catch all of the MSS action, tune in from 10:00am AEST!
We would like to express our gratitude to everyone who voted for our players over the past two weeks and we look forward to seeing what both Pabu and Rogue can do this weekend.
Don’t forget that our Oceanic Pro League team will be back in action starting June 5th and be sure to connect with us across all social media channels to stay up to date!
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